A chilly spell this weekend might deliver a sprinkling of snow to the best peaks in Maine tonight.
A storm system is predicted to maneuver by northern New Hampshire on Saturday evening, sweeping near-freezing temperatures throughout western Maine, in accordance with the Nationwide Climate Service workplace in Grey.
Climate on Saturday evening can be anticipated to be windy in western Maine, with gusts of as much as 30 miles per hour doable at occasions.
In Bangor, temperatures are anticipated to hover within the excessive 50s on Saturday, dropping to low 40s on Saturday evening. Average precipitation is predicted, with central Maine getting as much as 1 / 4 inch of rain in a single day and into Sunday morning.
Southern Maine can anticipate temperatures within the mid 60s on Saturday, dropping to mid 50s on Sunday, with a 70 p.c likelihood of precipitation all through the weekend.
Northern Maine is predicted to stay wet all through the weekend, with mid 60s temperatures dropping to mid 40s in a single day and into Sunday.
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